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FOX News
Mar 9, 2013 5:00pm PST
criminal case winding slowly through the courts because i delt with it daily as a governor. the law keeps the government accountability to the standard of law. we are a nation of law and not feelings or passions and thoughts and i feel stronglyy about terrorist actions and people like major nadal hass an who murdered 14 people in fort hood . though we know by their own statements and witnesses their guilt, we don't put them in a field and fly a drone over head and kill them. our passions and feelings would let us do that, but the law will not. it is the objective standard that is designed to force us to deal with crime according to the blindd lady justice instead of reacting in anger and revenge. god help us if our own government believes that it is not subject to the very laws that restrict it. not forced to follow the strict guide lines of our constitution. the government that kills a citizen for what he or she might do is a government that will kill a citizen for what he or she is or believes. all of america should say thank you, senator rand paul. [applause] well, last week in my open
FOX News
Mar 3, 2013 2:00am PST
. at we put the law on your side. [ applause ] >> they came to america so they could raise their children and freely home school them with christian and they are in cange much being deported. they fled jeremy in 2008 where home schooling is against the law. parents must send their children to a government school. if they don't they face jail time and they settled in tennessee where the judge granted them asylum and now the case is disputed by the justice and attorney general holder and said germany's ban on home schooling is not a ban on their rights. >> michael, does the department . justice handling the case kind of indicate that they think government can do a better job in making decision? >> they embraced the german position. germany doesn't want home schooling because germany doesn't want people to think differently. home scooming is a freedom we fought for. they should be free to pursue that here as well >> why does the case matter to americans that the justice department involved themselves? >> it is the way the justice department chose to argue the case that s
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)